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About LSRGreg

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    2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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    Tempe, AZ, USA
  1. I first used some 3m spray mount. It holds but it doesn't keep the edges down so it looked kinda crappy. So I used some super glue on the edges and that seems to have worked for now.
  2. You are the man! I made my own arm rest pad not too long ago and it came out like crap. So I just ordered a pair from that eBay guy. Awesome find! I was sick of getting stabbed by sharp edges! Haha Thx man!
  3. That is awesome man! Very impressed. I like how it's super simple, light, and doesn't have anything to do with the ground!
  4. Congrats on getting the vibs worked out! I wouldn't have guessed you could see the vibs on the shaft with a camera and it spinning that fast... but I could see it. I think I need to try this out!
  5. Yeah, I have experienced similar noises. Mine doesn't do it very often, and when it does, it usually seems to be right after I switch into 4wd or 4 low. I kind of have a bad habit of going as far as I can in 2wd until I get stuck. Then I'll shift into 4wd. That is usually when it will pop. When it's under load right after getting into 4wd. If I shift into 4wd before obstacles, it won't do it. And when it pops, I can feel the whole jeep jolt like its skipping a tooth or something. So I'm sure mine is getting pretty close. Plus I have a decent amount of movement on my front drive shaft output bearing. I think that is contributing to my vibes. So I will probably need to follow your lead on this sooner than later. Then the question is to finally go sye or not?? Haha. It's only money, right? . Good luck with the rebuild! Curious as to how much the kit set you back and where you got it? Hopefully it's pretty easy to do and doesn't need a bunch of special tools and a press etc.
  6. Uh oh! Tcase rebuild?? I think I am getting pretty close to needing that done too. What case are u running? I hope you post a write up!
  7. Hey Kris, I just wanted to let you know that I have a group buy going for my Incline Bumper I used to make. I have had a bunch of interest lately, so I brought it back. Figured I'd let you know if you had any interest. You might have to slot the mounting holes a tad to clear your skid you added to the lower radiator tube, as the tube on the bumper is only about 1/8" away, and your skid looks a little thicker than that. If you are interested, email me at sales@frantzdesignworks.com and I can get you the info on the group buy. Thanks, Greg.
  8. Thx for the info. That's pretty lame you get to find out about it later tho. I hate it when companies do that!
  9. Question on those rcv joints. Don't those have a lifetime warranty? Did they send you the parts to rebuild them, or? What was worn out? The balls, cages, inner or outer races? I haven't heard of people rebuilding them yet, so I am curious. Thx!
  10. Dang! Bummer! Might be time for a truss. Drill the ends of the crack. Grind out the crack part way on the depth and weld it.
  11. Can't you just do a tie rod flip? I did one on my wj front axle. You drill out the tie rod holes weld in some tapered spacers from the top side, and install the tie rod on the top. Gives lots more clearance. But not sure if you can on the jk axle.
  12. Do you still have the transfer case? I know this is an old post.
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